Newton Inn North Point Hong Kong (Hong Kong)


Newton Inn North Point Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
Newton Inn North Point Hong Kong

country: Hong Kong, city: Hong Kong (Hong Kong Island: Eastern District)

Newton Inn North Point Hong Kong Newton Inn North Point Hong Kong

Location
Hotel Newton Inn is located in North Point, within few minutes walk to the MTR (subway - North Point Exit B1) and the tram station. The famous Causeway Bay shopping distict and Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre are only around 10 mins drive from the hotel.

Rooms
Hotel offers 318 guestrooms and suites. All rooms are medium to large in size in good condition. Two-third of the rooms have harbour view overlooking the Kowloon Peninsular.

Restaurant
There is no restaurant at the hotel but close by the hotel are many local style cafes and restaurants.

General
This is a 3 Star, Superior Tourist hotel which is excellent for budget travellers and longer stays. The hotel has a token self-service laundry machines, but serviced laundry and dry-cleaning is available as well. The hotel is situated in a lively area with shops, restaurants and markets.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Baby sitting service
Business centre
Concierge
Disabled facilities
Gymnasium
Laundry facilities
Lift
Outdoor swimming pool
Reception
Swimming pool
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
In-room safe
Internet access
Kitchenette
Microwave
Mini bar
Modem/data port connection
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Radio
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:
46 km to the nearest Airport (Hong Kong Island)
4 minute walk to the nearest Metro Station (North Point MTR Station)
3 minute walk to the nearest Bus Stop
4 km to the nearest Fair Site (HK Convention & Exhibition Center)

Address:
88 Chun Yeung Street
North Point


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